Nayyara Noor was born on 3 November 1950 in Guwahati, Assam, India.
She was a Pakistani playback singer who is regarded as one of her country’s most popular singers.
Noor did not have formal training in music but was discovered while she was in the university and singing to her friends. Professor Asrar Ahmad at the Islamia College in Lahore was the one who discovered her.
She drew inspiration from Kanan Devi’s bhajans (a devotional song with religious themes and spiritual ideas). Noor sang for her university’s radio station, Radio Pakistan.
Noor was presented the Pride of Performance Award by the President of Pakistan in 2006 and has 3 Gold Medal Awards at the annual All Pakistan Music Conference concerts.
Nayyara Noor officially announced that she would no longer sing professionally after she got married.
Nayyara Noor Children: Jaffer Zaidi, Naad-e-Ali Barkha
Jaffer Zaidi and Naad-e-Ali Barkha are the two sons of Nayyara Noor.
Naad-e-Ali Barkha is the oldest and has started a solo musical career recently.
The youngest son, Jaffer Zaidi the lead vocalist of the Kaavish music band.